Bucknell Institute for Public Policy Fellows

The Bucknell Institute for Public Policy (BIPP) is hiring several Student Fellows for the fall 2016/ spring 2017 semesters. Student Fellow responsibilities support the Institute's goals and would include the following: maintaining and advancing the Institute's social media efforts, including the BIPP Facebook page and BIPP blog; advertising and promoting events to the student body; helping to plan BIPP events and activities; assisting in long-term programming for the Institute; contributing to our weekly column in the Bucknellian; attending BIPP events as allowed by your schedule. Responsibilities would vary depending on scheduled activities, but average 5-10 hours per week (not to exceed 120 hours per semester). We welcome applications from any major-as long as you have an interest in policy making and politics, consider applying to be a Fellow.

To apply, please forward a cover letter, resume and at least one letter of reference to: Meg Martin, BIPP Program Assistant 570.522.2820, meg.martin@bucknell.edu.

Bucknell Institute for Public Policy Survey Center Researcher

This summer, the Bucknell Institute for Public Policy piloted a survey on respondent background and beliefs and their views on a variety of current policy issues. We seek one or two students to work with faculty to analyze the data and to contribute to write analyses of the survey responses. Some course background in quantitative data analysis is required. The work will average 5-10 hours per week and may extend into the spring semester.

To apply, please forward a cover letter, resume and at least one letter of reference to: Meg Martin, BIPP Program Assistant 570.522.2820, meg.martin@bucknell.edu.

Best of the Best Policy Memos

In our conversations with policy makers and the people who advise them, we have learned that one of the most important skills that students should develop, whether they want to work in public policy or in the private sector, is the construction of a concise, informative, but persuasive policy memo.

Congratulations to Felix Boakye-Afriyie, Emily Beisser, Jennifer Ohn and Raissa Sorgho whose memos were selected as the Best of the Best from UNIV 221: Bend the Curve, fall 2013. || Read their Policy Memos.

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